If sitting in coffee shops and lying on beaches isn’t really your style, then add a bit of adventure to your holiday! North Wales is the perfect destination for that.
With countless opportunities for adventure, the hardest part is deciding what you want to do! Ever been inland surfing? Situated in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park is Surf Snowdonia Wavegarden – the world’s first inland lagoon, this is a great experience and a great place to start your adventure!
Wales don’t do things by half –home to the longest and fastest zipwire in Europe and ‘Bounce Below’ – an old slate cavern twice the size of St.Paul’s cathedral full of trampolines, what’s not to love?
All this adventure is hungry work, so check out some amazing Welsh cafes and restaurants along the way, offering some delicious local produce and traditional recipes.
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Day 1: Arrival in North Wales
Today you will arrive in North Wales and make your way towards the stunning Snowdonia National Park where your accommodation for the night will be.
Day 2: Snowdonia National Park
This morning, visit Surf Snowdonia Wavegarden, the world’s first inland surf lagoon set in the heart of the stunning Conwy Valley overlooking the National Park. You could book a surf lesson here, alongside enjoying the rest of the exciting facilities available! Afterwards, why not visit the nearby Bodnant Food Centre for lunch? Located at Furnace Farm and originally built in the 18th century, the buildings have been lovingly restored to provide an excellent venue for a farm shop, tea room, restaurant, cookery school. Its restaurant focusses on local ingredients and combining traditional Welsh food with a modern twist and the farm tea room offers the best in local Welsh food and the farm shop sells the best local produce. Another fantastic option for the adventurous at heart is the RIB ride experience. These inflatable boats will take you on a tour of the natural history of the island of Anglesey, located just off the coast of North Wales.
Day 3: Snowdonia National Park
Today why not begin your day with a visit to Conwy, one of Europe’s finest surviving medieval towns and is known for its Castle, Edward the Firsts most striking and powerful fortresses? This town is also known for being home to the smallest house in the UK! From here, journey into the breathtaking Snowdonia National Park and have a go on the longest and fastest Zipwire in Europe. It is said that this is the closest thing you can experience to flying, and it offers superb views over the Snowdonia National Park. Finish off your afternoon in Bounce Below, a unique playground built in an underground slate cavern twice the size of St. Pauls cathedral!
Day 4: Departure Journey
Today you will depart the hotel for your onward journey. We suggest spending some time in the picturesque Betws-y-Coed along the way, taking some time to stroll around this traditional Welsh village, enjoying the iconic landscape.